Text Jonathan Larson
Direction Michael Greif

October 27, 1994—November 6, 1994

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Scenic Design Paul Clay
Choreography Marlies Yearby
Costume Design Angela Wendt
Lighting Design Blake Burba
Sound Design Darron L West
Dramaturgy Lynn M. Thomson
Musical Arrangement Steve Skinner
Casting Bernard Telsey Casting
Assistant Direction Martha Banta
Original Concept/Additional Lyrics Billy Aronson
Film Tony Gerber
Production Manager Susan R. White
Stage Manager Crystal Huntington
Assistant Stage Manager Catherine J. Haley

with Gilles Chiasson, Taye Diggs, Wilson Jermaine Heredia, Rodney Hicks Kristen Lee Kelly, Jesse L. Martin, Idina Menzel, Aiko Nakasone, Timothy Britten Parker, Adam Pascal, Anthony Rapp, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Gwen Stewart and Bryon Utley

A Park in Our House

Text Nilo Cruz
Direction Loretta Greco

May 24, 1996—June 30, 1996

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In a rich journey of language, image and ideas, Cuban-American Nilo Cruz explores family, faith, politics, and defiance in a story of stunning poetic power. The five mismatched relations of a makeshift Cuban family, including a mute thirteen year old boy, await the arrival of the Russian who will live with them as part of an international exchange program.  Each character must struggle with his changing life, divided country and uncertain future, while working to fulfill the goals of Castro’s “Ten Million Tons of Sugar” harvest.  Through an underpinning of sadness and loss, these vivid characters reveal in themselves a remarkable source of humor, healing, and strength.

Scenic Design Robert brill
Costume Design Anne Patterson
Lighting Design Allen Lee Hughes
Sound Design Stephen G. Smith
Production Manager Susan R. White
Stage Manager Janet M. Clark
Assistant Stage Manager Dana Williams


Text Doug Wright
Direction Howard Shalwitz

November 3, 1995—December 10, 1995

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From his insane asylum, the Marquis unrepentantly pens perverted fantasies of sexual extremity, degradation and sacrilege.  Quills reinvents the myth of the infamous Marquis de Sade as a macabre dance of wills, a story of souls lost and a theatrical fete of wild imagination.

Set Design Neil Patel
Costume Design James Schuette
Lighting Design Blake Burba
Sound Design Darron L. West
Casting Direction Bernard Telsey Casting
Dramaturg Jerry Manning
Assistant Director Mandy Mischell
Production Manager Susan R. White
Stage Manager Katie Broderick

with Kirk Jackson, Jefferson Mays, Daniel Orsekes, Lola Pashalinski, Rocco Sisto Katy Wales Selverstone